I wake up, surrounded by hundreds of inmates. We’re all the same, all insignificant. My eyes remain closed, the sights around me are too horrible to behold. I stand in my own excretion, trapped in a box. No way out. Most of us were born here, but a few were shipped in. We hear stories […]
It’s a fair assumption that science teachers have a tough time selling the subject to students. The fact that it is a compulsory lesson should be enough to emphasise its importance in the every day world and why you should pay attention in lesson. That said, it can be boring, unless you’re doing stuff like […]
This video shows how the front lines changed during the Second World War between the Allies and Axis. Perhaps a flippant way to depict the deaths of nearly 50 million people, but interesting none-the-less.
Grand Theft Auto V is a violent video game. It’s full of dubious and unsavoury characters that do things that are difficult watch; there’s moments where the player is forced to do horrible things. But GTA V is also a beautiful computer game. And If you choose to take in the sites of Los Santos […]
You egomaniacal, egocentric, egotistic, one track minded person. Don’t get me wrong, being one track minded is not a bad thing. But there are so many different other tracks. You pretend you do not see them but they are still there. No matter how hard you try and pretend it’s not there it remains there; […]
Brilliant animation and poem published by Exposure partner CALM, which works to prevent suicide in young men. 77% of all people that take their life are male. Watch the film, share the film. Save a life.
Yo! Wa gwan blud? ‘Teen London’: an exciting, edgy and authentic comedy drama inspired and created by urban young people; those living it for real blud. Ya get me? A world of raging hormones and fitting in; of teen angst and dodgy fashions; of mad crazes, phone apps, chicken & chips and indecipherable Jafaican patois. […]
Funded by The Big Lottery Fund, this one-minute film, written by young poet Engineer Al, and animated by the acclaimed artist October Jones, is the first part of an Exposure campaign to reduce male suicide. Please watch and share. Raising awareness to ensure more young men feel comfortable talking about their problems is a key […]
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Joe Marshall goes through the keyhole
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Joe Marshall checks into the Chateau Marmont for a multimedia experience
Charlotte Woermann explores the importance of the phenomenal teen drama for today’s youth
Daria Belau discusses how languages influence the way we relate to others
Alternative abilities ambassador Chris Cooper looks into disability charity’s employability project
Charlotte Woermann reports on outrageous story behind viral tweet